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Rob Ainscough

Visual Studio 2015 ... looks interesting ...

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Maybe Microsoft is beginning to understand and/or care what developers want ...

 

 

https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/news/vs2015-preview-vs#ManLang

 

The GPU Usage tool is something I've wanted for a LONG time.

 

 

 

GPU Usage

The GPU Usage tool can be used to understand GPU usage of DirectX applications. Frame Time, Frame Rate, and GPU Utilization graphs are available while the applications are running live. In addition, by collecting and analyzing detailed GPU usage data, this tool can provide insights into the CPU and GPU execution time of each individual DirectX event, and therefore can be useful to determine whether the CPU or GPU is the performance bottleneck.

 

I'm actually looking forward to this official release of Ultimate version.

 

Anyone else peaked by VS 2015 and .NET 4.6?

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Hi Rob, sorry I just use Evga PrecisionX ( old version ) this gives you less info, so I might look in t his one as well.

 

Rob, may I ask which driver are you using for Nvidia, because with the latest I have a lot of stutters....

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Looking forward to VS 2015 as well, Rob.  Not sure there's a better IDE out there, IMHO.

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Rob, may I ask which driver are you using for Nvidia, because with the latest I have a lot of stutters....

 

I'm using 347.52.  I do get some minor stutters after installing Orbx scenery/airports, but not with default scenery, FSDT, or FB.  Suggest you start a new thread regarding your issue and most important include:

 

1.  All 5 pages of graphics settings you use

2.  Location

3.  Aircraft

4.  All add-ons

5.  Weather

6.  PC specs (CPU, GHz, RAM, RAM speed, OS version)

 

Many people don't provide this type of information and as a result often don't come away with a good solution.  

 

 

 


Not sure there's a better IDE out there, IMHO.

 

And combine VS with JetBrains Resharper it's a productive tool set.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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